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    Pag* 15-THE NEWS-May. 1963
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Memory of, etc. All donations will be acknowledged.
Contributions To The Foundation
In memory of Robert Finkelstein, father of Walter Finkel-
stein:
Sam & Lynn Lerner
Harry & Gloria Lerner
Edward & Arlene Karp
Judy & Henry Goldman
In honor of Evelyn Spillman *s Birthday:
Sam & Lynn Lerner
Harry & Gloria Lerner
In memory of Sonny Melaaky’s brother:
Sam & Lynn Lerner
Harry & Gloria Lerner
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Clmiiiunity Calendar
Courtesy Charlotte Chapter BBW
^ MAY
2 * Hadassah Board Meeting
4 - Charlotte B’nai B’rith Women Meeting
ORT MEETING
9 - JCC Board Meeting
15 - ORT Attic Sale
JCC Bike Rally
JL6 • Charlotte B’nai B’rith Women Board Meeting
Foundation Board Meeting
19 - B’nai B’rith Lodge Meeting
21 * BBW Regional Conference (thru 5/23)
N.C. B’nai B’rith Convention (thru 5/22)
23 • Federation Board Meeting
25 • Hadassah Installation
Hebrew Academy Board Meeting
26 - Avodah Council BBW Meeting
JUNE
1 - Charlotte B’nai B’rith Women Meeting
ORT Board Meeting f
EVERY TUESDAY NiiGHT - BINGO - JCC
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tact Joan Goldsmith (bus: 527-1387 or home: 364U624).
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Teachers
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May 21 - Michael Stein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stein
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Temple Israel
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May 14 - Lauri Bruck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy Bruck
May 21 - David Rosen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morrie Rosen
NAZARETH (Jerusalem
Post) — The Housing
Ministry helped about 1,200
Arab families improve their
dwellings in 1982, the
ministry announced. Some
received mortgages to ac
quire new flats in cities with
mixed populations. Others
were given loans to build in
Arab villages.
In Haifa this year the
ministry will help a further
170 Arab families to improve
their housing conditions.
By Herbert G. Luft
NEIL SIMON did it again.
His latest screen- comedy,
“Max Dugan Returns,” has
all the ingredients for a suc
cessful motion picture: a
brilliant script, a seasoned
director, Herbert Ross, who
had guided such Simon hits
as “The Sunshine Boys,”
“The Goodbye Girl” and
“California Suite;” and
Jason Robards in the title
role as a richly phrased
character, ex-con Dugan,
who seeks out his widowed
daughter (Marsha Mason
who is also Mrs. Simon), his
grandson (newcomer Mat
thew Broderick who most
recently made his stage
debut here in another Simon
play), and Donald
Sutherland as the woman’s
boy friend, who happens to
be a police officer. They col
laborated to make this a
delightful comic fable about
gifts from heaven and earth.
MEL BROOKS portrays
the character created by the
late Jack Benny in Ernst
Lubitsch’s screen farce of 40
years ago. “To Be Or Not To
Be,” the pompous head of
the Bronski Theatrical group
who inadvertently becomes
involved in an outrageous
scheme to save the Polish
underground in WWII
Poland. Anne Bancroft por
trays her real life part, the
wife of Brooks. Also in the
cast of the picture, now
before the cameras at 20th
Century Fox, are Jose Fer
rer, Tim Matheson, Charles
Durning and Christopher
Lloyd. Alan Johnson
directs, from a screenplay by
Thomas Meehan and Ronny
Graham that, hopefully, will
not take too lightly the plight
of those caught in the trap of
Nazi aggression.
“MY DARLING SHIK-
SHA,” now before the
cameras in New York, is the
objectionable title of a film
being produced and directed
by Israeli showman
Menachem Golan for his own
Cannon Company.
SAM JAFFE, at 92, is the
oldest active actor in
Hollywood. A native of New
York, he was born into a
show business family. His
mother was an actress on the
Yiddish stage. With his wife,
the 55-year-old, extremely
beautiful Bettye Ackerman,
he co-starred for years in the
TV series "Ben Casey.” The
veteran performer is an ar
dent supporter of the State of
Israel.
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